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Tag Archives: Dog Training
A relationship is KNOWING the other person/animal in the relationship equation so well as to understand, without words, the emotions being experienced, evidenced, and the correct emotional responses wanted and needed in order to communicate a response — good, bad, or indifferent — at any given moment for a desired result. It is THIS paramount skill which is missing from the human-dog relationship.
It has always been stated that man, once he began to use dogs, used them (and this is often simply inferred or told as basic fact) to attack animals and kill them for us in the process of the hunt. Yet I don’t think that’s true. Let’s work backwards.
For me, it’s too funny. Ferrell, known for his satire, has hit the mark dead-on. With a keen eye and a rapier wit he has trainers pegged perfectly, right from the get-go. How the talk is about “helping” owners, “behavior”, …
Speaking engagement at the Montana Veterinary Medical Association 2012 Summer Meeting.
Happy Holidays to all of you and your dogs. I would love to receive a “card” from each of you, so please feel free to leave a comment, if only your/your dogs’ name(s). Thanks, Susan
A dog owner comes to me with problems they’ve tried everything to fix but can’t: we spend a day working on them, and later I get an update saying, “Life is good. Things are going well.” or “My dog made me proud today.”
What I do scares the patooties out of the majority of the fakes that call themselves dog “trainers” because they CAN’T do it, don’t understand it, and they fight, tooth and nail, to discredit it. Even though it consistently proves successful.
Please ‘sign’ this card by leaving (at least) your first name, your dog’s name(s), and the city where you live in the comments. Thank you and we hope you all have a wonderful holiday season. Pet your dogs for us …